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Hear From Sang-Mook Lee

  • By Susan K. Lewis
  • Posted 06.01.09
  • NOVA scienceNOW

Oceanographer Sang-Mook Lee, a professor at Seoul National University, continues to practice his science despite being paralyzed from the neck down. Here, he describes how his passion for science helped him following a devastating automobile accident, how technology enables him to still work "at sea," and more.

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The Korean oceanographer and spokesman for the disabled talks about the blessings of a debilitating accident.

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Original interview produced by
Josh Seftel

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(Sang-Mook Lee)
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